ALOSUN specialises in sourcing the latest in international solar technology, to ensure New Zealand and the Pacific have the best solar power solutions for energy and lighting. We are Canterbury owned and operated.
In Latin ‘ALO’ means ‘to nourish, cherish, support, sustain, maintain, and keep’. We are in this business because we believe in it. We uphold environmental conservation ethics that inform the way we live our lives – from our urban gardens, support of local food producers, fuel-efficient vehicles, and the diligence and care we take with all our finite water and energy resources.
- We believe that New Zealand can have 100% renewable energy by 2030, and we want to help!
- We believe that all people of the Pacific should have fair access to energy, water and technology.
We only invest our time and energy into good projects that help to increase the quality of life for humans, while not harming planet Earth. We like to work with kind people and ethical businesses! You can be sure that by supporting us, you will be enabling our efforts to decrease our carbon footprint. We also market a large range of water-saving technology, with our sister company ALOAQUA, for similar reasons.
Martin Pfaff – Martin is a German trained engineer and environmentalist, specialising in sustainable water and energy saving technologies. Martin has been living in New Zealand for 10 years.
Cert. Renewable Energy | Bach. Mech. Engineering | Cert. Management
Gaylene Barnes – Gaylene is from Makarewa in Southland, she has been living in Christchurch for 15 years. Trained in media, art, design and communications, Gaylene also has a successful film design and television business: Raynbird Limited.
Installation Team – We’re tidy!
Salam Julian – Commercial and residential Registered Electrician for over 15 years. Salam has worked on many large-scale electrical projects in New Zealand, and in the renewable energy industry in Australia. He also undertakes domestic electrical work, and is recommended by many.
Oscar McFerrier – Electrician and refrigeration engineer for over 20 years, Oscar hails from South Africa. He specialises in high-end commercial electrical work, where integration with mechanical engineering is required